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Applied Mathematics News

Mathstravaganza is this Friday, November 10, from 3-5 PM in the KMAC South Main Concourse (right inside the main entrance on the south side of the building) and is open to the public. The event is part of Maryland STEM Festival, a showcase of STEM events across the state of Maryland to encourage students of all ages to take a greater interest in STEM with the hope that they will pursue a STEM based job or career. Mathstravaganza will feature several mathematically-inspired interactive games and demonstrations, all run by our students and faculty, that can be understood and appreciated by people of all ages and mathematical backgrounds.  Hope you can join us!  Any questions, please contact Dr. Ben Wilson (

Half of our Applied Math majors play on sports teams at SU!  Applied Math freshman kicker Ian Gould was named the Middle Atlantic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, following his role in Saturday's 44-12 football win at Wilkes University!  Ian totaled 14 points as he finished 3-3 on field goal attempts and 5-5 on PAT tries on the afternoon.  His field goals came from 33, 28 and 19 yards.  Gould also averaged 52 yards per kickoff on eight kickoff attempts on the afternoon.

Congratulations to the Women's Volleyball Team, including applied math majors, Caroline Dangel, Darian Hileman, and Katie Leftridge, and applied math minor, Sarah Riggin, on winning the MAC Commonwealth women's volleyball championship this weekend with a 3-1 win over second-seeded Arcadia University.  With the win, Stevenson (32-1) earns an automatic berth to next week's NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Championship. The Mustangs, who are ranked No. 2 in the Mid-Atlantic Region, will learn their NCAA opponent and destination on Monday at 12:30 pm when the NCAA airs the tournament's selection show on

Congratulations to all 15 teams who participated in the Escape Room!  On Halloween, everyone who took part in the Escape Room was invited to the Escape Room Celebration.  Winners were announced, prizes were awarded and everyone enjoyed snacks provided by faculty and staff.  Sign-ups for next year's Escape Room are a long way off, but all teams have already said that they are coming back for Escape Room 2018!

Students, faculty and staff report that they are really enjoying the Escape Room.  Fifteen teams are in the competition to solve this murder mystery.  Each is trying to complete the room in under an hour.  A sneak preview into the room shows a skeleton (with Escape Room developers Will Hodge and Ben Wilson) and various clues.  Winners will be announced on Halloween at a midday party!  Stay tuned...

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